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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

Local and General. CiAZKTTK Notice. — Tenders for additions and alterations lo the Land ami Survey Uliico will be open until the ISth instant,. Kixu'.s BiiiTHDAV.— Th« Riilway Dep.irt' meut iidvcr;is--3 that onniiiKU'iinn from this Tuesday, Gthinst., Holiday Kxcursion tickoti will bti'isjued generally, and until 11th iust., availahlo until ISth inat. Kixii'sBiktiidav Races,— The privilegos in oonn-.'ctlou with the abovu were sola on Saturday last by Mr D. B. Suttio at, the Post Otb'oo Hotel, when the following prices were realised :-Right TattersilU £S, al-o Tatersall's bjoth £16 10a, Mr. A. H. Kirkby ; fruit still, £4 103, Mrs. Ferguasou ; race books £3, Mr. Uarwiok. Munoindi Rkqcibemests.— The member for the district, Mr. Webster, has been informed that the Minister for Mines wired lo Dr. Zlotkowski, of the Muugindi Progress Associatiou to the effect that tenders for the dip had been called, and would close on the lb'th proximo. When accepted, tho work would be puahod on with ull ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

Brevities. The schooner Lim.iel, whiuh h is j.i-t put in'o Uulison'a Diy. met with a succession uf hurriuuie*. The supsr-cari/o was washed ovcrl»Mr.l fti-d was lost. A iL-iiiiil h;,s liuen given by the New Zua laml I'rcinier to the stut'.'inent that export duties on white pine and kauri hive b.en arranged for. . The .Sock-ty of Artists' Spring Show in Sydney has been well attended. Preliminary arrangements aro being made for hflldiun the Newcastle anniml regstta on N'ow Years D\y. There is trouble in the ranks of the glias workers in Syduuy. Hum m bonea have been uneirthed near an hotel at Stephen's Creek in the Brcken Hill district. The amendment moved by Mr. Thorn is on Mr. Reids motion of censure was one in favour of hn'l value luxation. Lord and Lidy Tennyson will visit Tas mania, on Nov. G. The deithis .innounced of Mr. Graham Bruce, principal of King's Collide, Remuera, AuckWml, Xew Zealni I. An amendment lids been m.ulu lo the N'ow Z-.-nl.ind ti:«te Coal Mints Bill, making em...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

At the Club, la tlie Home, For the Biclz and the Sound, Everywhere, and for Everybody, BOOMERANG BRANDY IS THE BEST. What Price Waterbury Watches? What Quality Waterbury Watches ? high ^TD\A.x.X'nsr ! X.OCS- CJ^a-BSinRT TOEA.COO Js Cool Jb Sweet. Manufactured Ji packed in England. Borneo Cigars, 'Fleur de Darvel' Brand Do not be put off, see that you, obtain the Beat Threepenny Smoke * Fleur de Darvel ' Cigars Dr.WMJGH'S r ') T ? ? — :— ' . , ? ~i T Waugh's Baking Powder, f' SnM everywhere; f 'Waugh's Baking Povrdor, #? Always ;ill there. C 'Waugh's licst of all, j^ Other* to the wall; if lie advised, try it, v^ You'll never deny it. jf &00d maybe SOmO ; . ? Battar can be aono; f Best only oae; if Placo fairly won. f Or. Waugh'ss The best is 'Waugh's, 3 '?'ithoiit niiy Haws, I Then use it, because ^j Experience makes laws. *i A Always pUTOSt, always bost, J Ever surest, never a post, j Always safest, unfailing test, j Ever makest avoid the rest. - Sound judgment impels, j Ev...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegraphic. HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

Lattttt Telegraphic HOMEBUSH, Monday. Oil cultlu whio yiudod : m irkut lowrr. «??«'? l'--f 2fi* prr lOOIbs.; Imllonks £n to £11 10- ; cows, £14 to £S 10s. 22,000 sheep wciv p, .iinod, vu'ues easier. Wethers, 7s Gil to His Gel ; pw.c, O.i to VU 3il. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Joseph Campbell, u labourer, u«ed (iliniit 2 1, was brought up nr. tin- Ui-ntrnl Pnlicfl Court. yestoulny morning clurfied «'''?' 'I'' Huniniy Uu*li (mi rage, ami wus ii-iimmled for oiylit dnyp. Rail wns icfused. Tim nc-ii-H(| nppoari'd nnn our. Arrangements luno l.o-n mnde to i-n»b!c ihe victim io see tlio nl'oyuil ussaihmt for iclcntilicntioii Wiring from Melbourne yrslerdiy, Mnrtinda'ft Buys on private form Rpvomuh is nn absolute innrnl for the Cup, and that nt cqiutl weights can hold Wakeful (-af.; from a furious to n mil'', and then lo'.t from her. II' siilicts Revenue, Wakeful, Sim Knin. Gmsspan, Austrnlinn Colors and Hyinottuti Weather O]ipearanco4 indicato an npprnnching storm, Eirly Hird selects Rovenuo, Rockgun,...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

From u Near-by Town. What they say in Narrabrl is tho samo as they say here. Thoro is something novel in reading inci dents connected with the lifo of people in a neighbouring town. Even if those aro of tho most trivial kind, the fact of them being neighbours mikes them interesting. When thoy give vent to their feelings on a question that concerns both places tho incidents are doubly interesting. Tako tho opinion on Daaii'a Backauho Kidney Pills in tho iiRigliboiirhood nnd cwnnaro them with what follows. This is only one oxample but it is BUllicienl to provu the truth of tho assertion. Mr. E. L. Lewis, Bootmaker, Mailland Strent, Nnrrabri, says :— ' Uonn's Backache Kidnuy Pills have cured me of kidney trouble. I used to havci terrible pains in thn bank. I fnlt thnm very aovnrely whoa working nt my trade, iu fact, I thiuk tho oonntant bonding forward at my work hod a lot to do with my troubles coming on. To Hot out of bed every morning wus a terrible job and I'd feel that 1 could not...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Forthcoming Sales. F. & A. GLENNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

Forthcoming Sales. F. & A. GLENNIE, On Thursday, Mth November, 1801, »t thu Show Uruuud, S78 Iwaa imM aittla.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

TO STAND THIS SKAVON AT B01SAMILD1, Tho well-known Vmiy StalUion, 'The Gem,' By Chevy Ch.is (imp.) The Gem was a winner on tho II it and over hurdles. Hu lisa taksn twentv-aevcii first prizua at various allows, both in tho riug and in harness. His notion in barncsB is admitted to bo perfect. Tekms-1'2. Good gnu* and water. Every enro but no responsibility. C. J. M'FAULAND. Tho Trotting Sullion 'Royal Chief' Rnyal Chief 13 a hnmlsomc dapled creamy, with snow-white ninue ami tail ; stands 14$ hands. Siro. Chieftain ; (lam, Lena, by MuCdUmn Mor, from a thoroughbrod mare. TERMS : £4 4a per Mare. Every e^re taken, but no responsibility incurrod. All Mares mint bo removed and p:iid for on or before the 1st of January, lUOi. Any mares not re moved by the 1st Jannaiy, a cliargo of os per week por head will be made. P. H. O'BRIBN, Keytah. ^j^^Sj TO STAND Tn'i^ 4&&B&BaA& Avimore. Tho Celcbratod Coaching Stallion 'Defiance.' Defmncc is .1 beautiful D.tppted Urow...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

PD CORSETS PD T4 F The... j^ \ recognised . . , W $W& STANDABD -J^&0^jjii HIGH-CLAS8 I^Sfal CORSET *\ wiwliilll ) in the Trade ^^Illivil throughout... Ivory Genuine Pair /^Ss££\ bears this TRADE fflfSfi!X9i$k MARK on band ^SSIs/ Dawaro of Inforlor Imitation*. Obtainable from All DRAPERS Everywhere. Solo Asrcnto for Australia) BORSDORFF& CCu'r;:; feriSURw* '?

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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The Removal of the Stock Tax [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

The Itcmovnl ofthe Stock Tax Mr. AH.m MXenn. M.H It. (Gipps Innd, Victori.i), who was a vigorous iidvncitt! of the Victoria Stock Tax wli'n the question was 'icing dis-cussed in this State u few years ago (writes the Melbourne representative of the 'Sunday Times') says he feels sure the removal of the tax by the inauguration of inter-State Freptiade in thia con nection will Urgely increase the. value of land in Rivorinn, but that increase will take placo at the expense of Victorim lands, which will decrease proportionate with the advance on the other side of the river. '? When a Commission sat some time ago to (ind oui the values of lands on each side of tho scvernl borders between the Stales,' says Mr. M'Lean, ' it was reported 'hat lnud n'ar the Murray River in Victoria was worth from 20 per cent, to 30 per cent, more than it was in Riverinn. I consider thn loss of thn .Stock Tax wipes out the differ ence, and whatever may be the result in a national sense, it must be admitted tha...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Pastoral Market Intelligence. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

i'asloiiil Alnrkct Intclliu^'iioc. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS A fair amount of liusinpss was trniHacted in 1 1)0 produco markets, mid u& it was tin) opening; of thp nion li, liuyors opernticl with greater Crci'dntii than tiny h:ivi- shown (luring the oust week. OhicUwlirat was choiipcr. and primes snmp'os changnd hnndK nt -_'^ lOi'l in 2-- 1 Id, Imt n fnw holders wiiv iiskin^' lii^lior pi-icos for Sliiiill p:irc(-ls. Imported outs wern in S- o'l dpiiinnd, and several lirua ofprirae B grail' Ni^'- /Jralaud samples were plnc-d at prices ranging from 2s lid to 3s, while 15 uradc Tasnianiiin Rumples also had moderate altontion at 3s. Following arn the quntitions : — Wheat — Millinfc wheat 3s; chick wheat, prime. -_'s lid ; inferior broken samples, 2s 3d per bushel. Flour.— City roller JE6 10s to £6 15*; Manitoba £11 per ton, Pnllarrl — Quoted to Old nnr IiiirIipI Bran.— Quoted to 8d. OlmfT— Local: Primi* £i 5s to £i 12s fld ; medium £3 17s GJ lo £1 ; inferior from £\. Maize. — Prime...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 5 November 1901

IN MEMORIUM. PITMAN. — In loving memory of our dearly beloved brother, Alfred Thomas Pitman, who was shot on the 1st November, 1900. A weary year has passed away, Our grief no tongue can tell. Since parting with our brother dear In a long and sad farewell. It is hard to part with those we love, On earth to meet no more ; But, oh ! the joy to know They are only gone before. Inserted by his loving sister, J. F. Carrigan. PITMAN. — In fond and loving memory of our dearly beloved uncle, Alfred Thomas Pitman, who was shot on 1st Nov., 1900. One weary year has passed, and still we miss him ; Friends may think the wound is healed, But they do not know the sorrow That within our hearts concealed. Inserted by his loving nieces, Ada and Ida Carrigan. THE MOREE EXAMINER AND GENERAL ADVERTISER. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901

MuQicipul Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Morco Municipal Council was hold Rf the Douncil Ohambfirs on Tuesday evening. Tho Mayor was aimin absent nnd the chair was occupied by Alder man D. E, Kirkby. There were in attendance — Aldermen John Cameron. J. . Morgan, J. H. K.iy, H. Dol.bie, and D. B. Suttin, The minutes of the previous meeting worn read and con firmed on the motion of Alderman K»y. OunRESPONDENCE Hie following correspondence was dealt with, Tho Secretary for Railways wrote stating that Mr. 'Webatera request regarding repairs and additions to the stui ion buildings had been coaaidand by the Cotnmi.s9ioiifirs, hut as it would involve considerable cxpfinditure they couhl not see their way to make tho alterations at present. They would, howevor, examine tho prernises daring their next tour of insprctio.i with the view of seeing w hat could be done in tho nialtp.r. Aid. Oameron said the presont eta lion liuildiiixa wore a disgrace to Moree «ac] the roiitlents s...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901

General Debility AND INDIGESTION. Another Life Saveds ThD O«M Of Mrs. H. ANDERSON (BT A SFKCIAL REPORTER.) . Our special reporter was requested to C»H upon Mrs. Harriett Anderson, who conduct* r. grocery business at No. 316 Elizabeth ? iroci, Surry IUIIb, »nd obtain any it-im» of interest to our readers concerning th»t lady's sufferings from gcuoral debility and nxli^rstiou, mid through what medium a etire was effected. Mot. Harriett Anderson u;is st. miling behind her counter, and ud hesitatingly ac-|Uicsced in the suggestion to Biip|ily the notes appV.ed for. ' To look at mo you would hardly dream that I liad even been an invalid,' snid Mrs. AmU-reon, smiling; 'but it isnoverthclesi a fact llut for several years I suffered from in obstinate nttack of general debility and in digestio '. At one period of my illness tho I piins i i the l:nvcr part of my stomach irere f iiii-iitn that Ifeared tho growth of a cancer. Then I had aches and pains running between my i-iioitliler blades, ex...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901

J7WK SALE— Two SINGER SEWING . MACHINES. Mrs. J. N. Taylor, East Moree, WANTED— A SERVANT. Apply Mrs. A. M. STONE, Iria'street, Moree. ANTED Sit Young Man, used S'a- tion, milk, kill, groom, little gardening, good refa— H. Major, Graveaend WANTED Shearers, to commence at Tulloona November 14th, A. Keen, Manager. rpO LET. near Moreo, about 30,000 X aores of fjrat-clasa'fattening country, securely feuced into ptddocks and watered by well tanks, and rivor, is now covered with a splendid coat of grass and herbage. For definite offers please apply H. R. MURRAY, Agent. Welcome. OWING to tho School of Arts being engaged for Tuca:lay and Wednesday evenings, the intended Public Welcome to Canon tiowter has had to be given up. H. G. E. F0C0CK. Trespass Notice. NOTICE ia hereby given that any Person or Persons found trespassing in auy of the padlocks of the undersigned will be prosecuted without reapect of persons, F. W. & W. KIRKBY. Furniture. Furniture. MESSRS EZZY & McNAMARA...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wesleyan Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901

Wesleyan Concert I The concert which' waa. given In the School of Arts on Wednesday night in aid nf tho Wealoyan Church Was succoMtul both from a financial and musical standpoint. A most uttraotivo progiammo waa presented and tho attendance was exceptionally good. The first part oponed with Thalborgs ''Home Sweet Home,' which was uel played by Mira G. Murray, and was followed by 'Fiddlo nnd 1,' which wis nicely rendered by Miss Susio Kay, her sister playjng tho accompaniment on tho piano, and Mr. Donnolly, the concealed violin accompaniment. Tho item waa encored. The Uuot ' Where ore you going, my pretty maid.' war then rendered in excellent stylo ly Miss E. Askina and Mavter S. OHara, the young vocalists having to pay the peualty of a recall. The nong and t»blea.iu «* Nqw ami then,'1 by Mtoi M. HimUoh, followu.l, ..ml give pl.t™ In ?, „,„„ from th,, dr;,,,,,, of ?? Molhir O,o-,:' af,'r which Miss K. Askina sang very niouilv ' U-hy'« «l,o,!S and Stocking!'' T,,e p.™ i drill, in whic...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901

; ? I ? j ? j I M«. I j A. H. Borthwick I j DEWTI3T, IllllV I'.' .-f.ll.ld ,-,1 i,..;;t .!....- 1,1 !-'.ivii..sh.....'« I.. |.l-li:ll Hl.ll-1. . . I'.lilllis-i i-Xt.il-jli.-.US l.v NitK.us.Uxid.). ClIAKlSKS Mul-i:ilATK. ll,.ur- Diily :— !l a.m., ;t p. 111. ; .Silm.lays : II a.m. Dr. Tomlinson 'J4/TAY l-.o Consultrd at tho Rnynl Jy.&. Jlotfl Ni'w Buildings, oppotim Lloul ley's Store, pending the orectiou US U K-.-JIUKllUC U.I LUC UllJUlllIll^ UllOl' incut Hours : U to 1.0.30. a.m., 1 to 3 p.m., 7 to 8 .p.m. MEDICAL; OlfFrCRR FOR TJIK ; IMORISE HOSPITAL. givtlis; ^avviiuiw and gcaths

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Moree P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901

Moree I*, ami A. Society. Tho usual monthly moating of tho Coin mil teo of tho Moreo 1'. and A. Society was held at the Criterion Hotel on Monday niuht, Tho attendance was small. Mr. J. F. linyilcll win votod to tho chair, and thero were present. — Messrs \\\ Kendall, J Morgan, J. H. Kay, D. K. Kirkhv. \V. KirUhy, Stewart, Scott and S. L. Cohen, secretary. Tho minutes of the previous meeting wero reid and confirmed. A loiter w.is received from tho Gold and Silver Smiths Alliance ollerinc to supply nnii|iiidv designed gold bidgos for life innin bfi-a at £:- 0.1JI1. Tho design was forwarded. It was resolved on th-s motion of Mr. KirUby, seconded by Mr. Kendall, that two badgn.i should bo obtainorl, thoro being only two lifo members at presont. It was (leciuo'i on tno motion of Mr. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Stowart. that tho show ground shcul.l be lot to the Wosleyan body for a moonlight concert on tho evening of the 19th DBcemlxir on tho samo terms as it was lot to the Church of England...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Those Alignment Posts. THE COUNCIL STILL HESITATING. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901

Those Alignment Posts. THE COUNCIL STILL HESITATING. Tlm discussion nn the Councils resolution ordering tho cutting down of the alignment posts which was passed in August last was renewed at Tuesday evenings meeting of the Council, when Alderman Dnhbio presented ft petition sisned bv a hundred ratepayers protesting acainst tho removal of the posts. and ureins that tl.ev should bo repainted and havo tho names of tho streets placed The Chairman (Aid. Kirkhy) in calliDg attontion to the petition, pointed out what the Council had dooo in connoctiou with this matter. Aid. Cameron askod whether those sign ing the petition had pMd their rates. Aid. Dofibie : I don't know ; I only know that thoy are ratepayers : all but ono any how. Aid. Morgan : You know very well any one could go around with anv sort of petition and get a hundred signatures to it in no Aid. Dnbbie : I know thov could against your water cart proposal. (Laughter.) Aid. Kay said that when this matter w.is before the Oouncil ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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SIGNED JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901

SIGNED JOURNALISM. Tin: ..n^o in which »-n live is rpinrnk 11M0 for many things, lint iiIiovk nil. peilmps, for the. nunilior nnd variety uf its nowsp-.pers,. So much so, in fact, llmi it niislit very truthfully In cnlli'd tho ' Nowspiiper Ai-e.' lc is nn iii-e nt unvrnte iii which the news paper Iins macli! !-ii!it strides amongst Englirh-spi'iiking coinniunitics, ho great, iii'.leccl tlint tin- power cf tho press was nuver piniitcr than it h to. day. In the. new Australian Onimnonwe.iltli we iron claim thr.t we havo nowsriipors which ive us well conducted rind just as roliiiliti* us llio-n in any part ot |h' r.rit.ish Empire, and their pownr and influence lm« Iicimi fu!|y reco»nisrd liv distiii!;iiislic-(l visitors coiniiif; to our sho'fs trnni timo to limo. We have in this direction grown and prospered in s(ite of ill-druwu lil,,.] inWSi „„,] other dilticultii-a \vi-h which the.' path has l.nen be set, and from all apppar aliens tliB elTorts 10 facilitatn 'rentpr progress in tho ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Stray Sheep and Aldermanic Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 9 November 1901

Stray Sheep and Aldnrimuiic i'ows. At Tuesday ovenitiRS incclini; of the Moreo Municipal Council, a letter wis ,.- wived from Mr. .1. McCarthy statin,' th ,'. thelnspoctor of Nuisances had ordm- 1 his wife to keep two lambs which he had run nini; about, within an enclosure. He ,.-,jr,. sidered tho proceeding a high handed on ? pArticulirly as four oF the Aldermen hvl cows roaming at largo about tho street-.. Tho cows wcru more da-.gerous than his two hnnlx, and ho would like to know on whe-e authority the In p...- tor had acted. The c.imrnunica'.ion gavo rise to a poui what animated discussion, durin - which somnnf tho iil-lermen «pm candid en-m-ii to admit iti.it thoy had a cow runnin' ab.i Aid. Morgan said he had a cow runni.,,' about Hie streets hut it was registered, nnd h-! would like to know now whether M-. McCarthy's limbs were registered. He couldn't 'see why bo should bo rubbing il into him. He would be prepared to give him a fiver or anything ha liked if he could prove lin...

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